World Cup Clubs.. Find out the cheapest tickets for the Saudi Al Hilal match with "riyal" and Al-Ahly of Egypt with "pound"
The International Football Association "FIFA" has launched tickets for the FIFA Club World Cup "UAE 2021" starting today, and the priority at the present time will be for "Visa" payment card holders from all over the world.
According to the official website of FIFA, the cheapest ticket is 20 dirhams, which is the entry category No. 4 for the opening match that will bring together the island and the representative of Oceania, the Tahitian Berry Club.
As for the match between Al Hilal Saudi Arabia, representative of the Asian continent, which will bring him together with the winner of the Al-Jazira and Berry match, the cheapest ticket price was 25 dirhams, which is equivalent to 25.5 Saudi riyals.
The price of the cheapest ticket for the match between Al-Ahly of Egypt, the representative of the African continent, against Monterrey, Mexico, reached 25 dirhams, equivalent to 107 Egyptian pounds.
The UAE Club World Cup 2021 comes as part of the major sporting events hosted by the Emirate of Abu Dhabi throughout the year, as the capital has established its position as one of the largest sports capitals in the world.
Abu Dhabi hosted the tournament on four previous occasions, in 2009, 2010, 2017 and 2018.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Abu Dhabi, as the host city of the tournament, will provide the highest safety standards to ensure the health of all participants and fans.
It is noteworthy that the World Cup will witness the participation of the best teams in the world over a period of 10 days during the month of February, where the matches will be held at Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium and Al Nahyan Stadium.
The event kicks off on February 3 with a match between Al Jazira and the representative of Oceania, the Tahitian Berry Club, while it ends on the 12th of the same month.
Fans will have a last chance to purchase the remaining tickets after the pre-sale period ends for Visa payment card holders.
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